Ever wondered how many linguists it takes to make linguine?
While we didn’t manage to get an answer to that age-old question, we had a fantastic time hosting our first ever pot luck lunch with local translators from the Institute of Translation and Interpreting’s Northern Home Counties Regional Group.
Cookies, Coffee and Conversation
We got together with local linguists at Atlas HQ in St. Albans last month for an informal afternoon of great chat and even better food. Everyone brought a dish to share, and we had a fab time sharing our perspectives on all things translation.
The pot luck lunch was a lovely chance to meet some of our local colleagues in the translation industry – not to mention the fantastic food on offer, which was a step up from our usual lunchtime fare!
Getting to Know Local Translators
Could our pot luck lunch inspire you to host your own regional networking event? Informal occasions such as coffee mornings or local meet-ups are a great way to get to know industry colleagues in a fun and relaxed setting.
We loved meeting fellow members of the ITI’s Northern Home Counties Regional Group, and can’t wait for the next chance to get together. Thanks to everyone who attended the meet-up – and shoutout to David Barrett for arranging it!
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